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Jula Reindell

Born in Hamburg, Jula Reindell lives in Bad Kreuznach and has been a freelance costume designer since 2011. She studied at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Pforzheim and at the London College of Fashion. Her master's thesis was awarded the Bavarian State Prize for Young Designers 2008. She then assisted the London fashion designer Hussein Chalayan with several collections. With »Symphony of a missing Room«, she also created a project with the artist couple Lundahl & Seitl, which was performed at the Hamburg Kunsthalle, the Stockholm National Museum and the Salzburg Festival. During her time as costume assistant at the Dortmund Theatre, she designed the costume pictures for »Identities« by Xin Peng Wang, »Sarabande« by Benjamin Millepied and »Glaube, Liebe, Holländer«. In 2011 she also developed a costume installation for »Kleist: Crisis and Experiment« in Berlin's Ephraim Palais. Her costume design »Im Weissen Rössl« for the Lucerne Theatre was nominated for the Prix Juste-au-Corps 2012. Since then she has regularly designed costume pictures for choreographer Stéphen Delattre at the Kammerspiele Mainz, including for »Momo«, »Notre-Dame de Paris«, »woMEN« and »Frameless«. She designed the costumes for the world premiere of Isidora Žebeljan's »Nahod Simon« and »The Tales of Hoffmann« (Gelsenkirchen, Michiel Dijkema), »Mozart. Una Fantasia« (Koblenz, Steffen Fuchs), »Die Entführung aus dem Serail« (Dresden, Michiel Dijkema), »Rusalka« and »Der fliegende Holländer« (Leipzig, Michiel Dijkema), »Der Florentiner Hut«, »Neues vom Tage« and »Die verkaufte Braut« (Gelsenkirchen, Sonja Trebes), »Lohengrin« (Tallinn, Michiel Dijkema), and »Die heilige Ente« (Heidelberg, Sonja Trebes). In addition, she has held a teaching position at the Fashion Design School Manuel Fritz in Mannheim since 2020.

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